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KVIININO nULLHTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., VHUK3DAY, MAIL 12, 1908.
Air Cooled Facts
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Then why do it in an automobile? tTt 'iwJ.i i
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ciency you get out of your fuel.
The Franklin air-cooled motor nirmally runs at about 350 degrees,
hot enough to get high efficiency out of the gasoline but cool enough to
be well below the burning point of oil.
A vctcr-eoolcd motor does not ncrmally get hotter than 212 dcgieee;
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nil water-cooled moton are under a heavy handicap, because they work
at about 133 degrees below the point of maximum efficiency.
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afford to own.
Franklin Air-Cooled cars arc ran with the ereateat of success for
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thermometer goes higher than it ever doss in these Islands, and they
have proved the right car for the hottest as well as th. coldest localities.
Ask the Honolulu men of Air-CooltH 7nnMii whether they keep
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Local and National I
EDITED BY CHARLIE ALBRIGHT
Will Decide Protest Of
Kaalas In Sunday's
A4 1 4 . '
Honolulu, T. II., March S, l'JOS.
To tho Hon. President, A. K. Vlorru,
Knlanliiiiaolo lluscball League,
Sir: The undersigned, your hum
lilu servants, respectfully Hie this
piotest against tho championship
KM mo played nt tile Aula Park dia
mond last Similar, Mu nil S, 1908,
between tlio Knnln A. C. Jr. mid tho
Chinese A. C. Jr.
The principal gi minds that I wish
to l.iy heforo ou nro the following:
1st. That C. A. C. .Irs. illd not ut
any tlmo complete their elcvonth lu
ring according to the rules laid
down liy Sp.itildlug, iiml adopted as
ii Riihlc liy this, our Knlnnlnnnolo
2nd. That during the Inst halt of
the eleventh inning Sing Chnng iniulc
the tic run, anil when J. Leong camo
running home from third linse to tho
home pinto by the overthrow of M.
('mica to Snur.n, the s.ild .1. Leong
v.is out by MtCiinilless, who caught
the hull thrown b Souza;
.".id. That .1. Leong was not out nt
the home plntc and therefore tho
winning urn made by him, which
ought to hnvp been culled out, can
not be tnKen Into cnnslilprntlon.
lib. That tho ball was not dead
nt the tlmo Sou threw hnmc over
to MtC.indle.-is iiml put J. Leong out,
(or it win In play all tho time, mul
thercroic Hid run "made by the salil
.1. Leong cannot bo lountcil ns a legal
- mi :
Mil. -Th nt Slug Cluing htimpeil In
to Souza ut tho home plate, premcdl
tati'dly mul willfully, thus putting
Souza off his guard and missing ball;
Under these circumstances, I de
sire that opportunity be gmnted mo
mid my colleague to full hearing up
n thU'iirotest, iind will respectfully
abide by the ruling of tho president,
lognnlless of where the nx may fall.
I have been compellpd to do this
because I contend that the league as
a whole will npppnr again on tho
ill iinond nt Kinie future time, and to
establish a precedent of this Kind,
where plnjciH cnileaor to play tho
lole of ii luwdy kind, will not meet
favor with the sporting fans of our
Hoping that you will grant us tho
opportunity In order Hint wo may
make known to you our grounds In
Hiippoit of this protest, I liavo tho
honor to be, sir.
Your obedient benant,
CAI'T. J. Q. VIKKUA.
M. COItHKA, Acting C.iptnln.
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I'at tJleiiFon Is working quietly on
bin scliciuo for n trlnngular baseball
meet hero between n Japanese col
lege team, one from tho Coast, and
the St. I.onls. A meeting will bo
held next week between representa
tives of tho Japanese and Chlneso
business men and ono man from each
league here. II. P. Wood on tho
Promotion Committee will also prob
ably bo on hand.
Tho Aldrlch currency incnsiiie Is
nttneked In tho Senate ami House an
n Wall Street bill.
12 Jolly Nights, commencing
SATURDAY, MAR. 14
i Lilliputian Opera Comp'y
1 AC Cute, Cunning and Clever A(
" Juvenile Artists
' SATURDAY, MAR. 14th and
i MONDAY, MAR. 10th
1 Austin Daly's Famous Success
"A Runaway Girl"
Prices 25c, 50c, 75o and $1, Ma
tinees Children, 25o; Adults, 50e
Seats, on sale Thursday,
Won From Candy Boy,
10 To 8 Favorite, By
Millet, the brown polo pony, wns
Ibo candy Mil yesterday afternoon nt
Knplolntii Park notwithstanding tho
presence of Cindy Hoy. 'The ponies
were matched for tlircc-clghths of a
mile, and Cnndy Hoy was u red-hot
frnorlto In the betting. Tho rnco was
tho second between these two lioises,
tho former being won last Saturday
by sevornl lengths by Candy Hoy.
This meeting, however, wan not con
tldcrcd natlsfnitory on account of tho
met that the ponies did not get off
together. Cnndy Hoy had nil tho bet-'
tcr of tho Btmt In the II rat rucc.
-It was different yesterday, how
ever. Angus Mcl'licc, the champion
toper of tho world, than whom n
iqunrer man never lived nor a hotter
when It comes to handling horses, got
tho ponies off with it perfect Hying
start. From the finish lino looking
across tho Held, It did not seem ns If
there was u foot of illffcrcnco be
tween the two racers when they
Tho groy drow tho pole, but wasn't
nbld to hold his own very long. Mnl
Ict, carrying an 85-pnund jockey,
shot out and took the lnsldo and tho
lend before the turn wns halt made.
From that time on It was picking for
tho polo-trained animal. Candy Hoy
pounded along about a length behind
until tho finish, not gaining mi inch,
mul ut the finish tho bay had widened
tho gnp'ton length and a half.
The rnco wns satisfactory In every
respect.' No kicks were registered,
i-nil thoso who had a pleco of inonoy
on tho grey put It down In their lit
tle book under tho heading "rroflt
and Loss mostly loss." Mullet was
ridden In good stylo by Henry Lewis,
&' pounds, and Joe 1'ul.iwn, weighing
1U3 pounds, took rnre of ho groy.
Cnndy liny was tho favorite In tho
betting, generally at odds nt 10 to 8,
though n number picked up home
easy money nt 2 to 1.
Angus MelMico did the stnrtlng
Hunt, .mil tho Judges of the rnco wcro
Kben Low, A. T. It. Jackson, mul Hr.
1'ottle. II. II. Lowls wns on hnnd to
back his pony, and he didn't ask for
Mullet la 'matched to rnio Candy
l'oy again Saturday afternoon, but
thirty minutes before this rnco la
pulled off tho polo pony will take on
Indigo. Candy Hoy and Mallet each
have a win to their credit, and thU
third ince Saturday will probably
tell tho story.
OLD-TIME PLAYERS WILL
BE ALLOWED 10 ESTER M
Nearly every evening tho teams of
the lllvorsldo Ilnsobull League, which
will open Its season In the latter part
of next mouth, may be been prnctlc
!ng at Aala l'nrk. This ear's con
test for llio trophy of this league will
be a warm ono, every club In tho
Ic.rguo now signing up players. It is
proposed to permit playors of tho Se
nior ami Winter Leagues, who played
ball thrco or four years ago, to play
this season, but thoso who have been
in the gnmo lately will bo barred.
The committee, with Hon. 8. r. Cor
rea us chairman, has already drafted
tho constitution and by-laws of the
lcnguo and they will bo presented at
tho meeting on Sunday morning.
Tho teams to play this year are tho
h.imo ns those of last season and will
bo made up of tho following clubs:
Chinese A. C, I'alama A. C, Chinese
Alohas, Japanese A. C, and tho Kn
nln A. C. A Bum of at least ? 1 3 .r will
bo subscribed by the five teams to do
fray the oxponscs of tho coming sea
son 'for umpire, halls, etc. Outside
of this amount oach club Is required
to purchase Its own uniforms, base
ball outfits, mid other genoral ex
penses nceossary for a baseball team.
It Is stated that at least SI 00 will ho
rpoat each year by each club to ear
ly out the games at Aala l'nrk,
n k it
C. D. Medcalf, who is down to
sling tlio lienvy weights for tho V.
M. C. A. In their truck and field meet,
is an old college athlete. Ho played
on the Willamette University football
loam during thu jeaia that It hold
tho Pacific Northwest championship,
Alec L)le Will
Be Captain 0fv
, Yacht Hawaii
"Alec" Lylo will captain the yacht
Hawaii when she makes tho 2100
inllo race across the l'aclfln. This
wns so decided nt a meeting of the
Trmis-I'nclflc Yacht Commltteo held
'.ast night nt tho Commercial Club.
Thoso present nt the meeting wcro
Commodore Cooper, Secretary Mclncr
ny, C. T. WHilor, and James A. Lylo.
It Is gratifying to a great ninny
people that "Alco" will bo In clinrgo
of the trim little crnft In her race for
championship honors. Ho ddscrves It.
Ho has worked hard, without thought
of compensation, over since tho Idea
of building tho yacht was broached.
He hns built the yacht, and there Is
not the sIlRhtcsl detail that ho ban
not given his personal attention to.
He knows tho boat, and he loves her
as tho creation of his own skill. Ho
Is a good man to have In clinrgo of
It was reported at tho meeting Init
night that the 'sum of $3000 was still
needed In ordor tu complcto the
yacht. Tho BUbbcrlptlons still out
standing amount to about 1800.
Captain Lyle says that as Boon as
tho must nnd Spars arrive and a few
other ncedod articles nro Installed,
tho boat will ho launched nud given
trial trips. The crew hns not yet
been belected, but this matter will
probably bo loft In the hands of tho
capliln. He hns u number of names
of applicants on his list now.
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Tho V. M. C. A. flold and track
team met lust night and elected l' A.
The team will bo composed of tho
11'. A. Hcchcrt, 110 yanls, 880
2 C. D. Mclvln, 880 yard, mile.
3 J no. Carey, 220 yards, 440
4 C. Ilunn, SSO ynrds, mile.
K Geo. Warren, 120 yards hurdle,
C Frank Warren, polo vault, high
7 A. Delanux, polo vault, high
8 J no, Ken, polo vault, high
U--H. Vi'iihulzpii, hummer, idiot.
10 Clifton Tracy, hammer, shot.
11 Geo, Kwnllko, hammer, Bhot.
12 J. Cockbuni, hurdles.
13 C. I). Medcalf, hammer, shot.
14 John C. Ixi and John Woo,
who havo pledged themselves to bo
members of tho team in caso the C.
A. C. do not enter a team.
Tho relay team will be composed
of Hcchcrt, Carey, Jno, Lo, J. Ken,
C. Ilunn and C. Mclvln,
Tho High School won out from
tho Normal ycsteulny ut basketball
by tho scoro of 21 to 9. Tlicro wiib a
largo crowd In attendance. Tho
teams lined up aa follows:
High School: Center, It. Cillllnnd;
guards, O. Sourcs, Rice, Daniel King;
forwards, Dwlght and Mnrcnlllno.
Normnl: Center, Knmalnl; guards,
Melnccko, S. Toomcy; forwards, J.
Comes, H. Llndscy.
tt n n
Commodore II, K. Coopor of tho
Hawaii Yacht Club hns offered n tro
phy cup to the I'unuhou baseball
player that hns tho beat bntting av
erage ut tho end of the season.
Tho Hoynl Hnwnllnn Hand will
play nt Kaplolanl l'nrk Sunday at
tho opening of tho Kaplolanl Haso
bnll Lcnguo senson.
A number of 10-to-r, bets on the
Tnco yesterday weio rcglstorcd with
Cnndy Hoy tho fnvorlto. Mallet was
tho real monoy-colner.
Hawaiian Opera House
THURSDAY, MARCH 12
AND FRIDAY, MARCH 13.
W. D. ADAMS "presents
Mr. R. K. Bonine
WHO WILL EXHIBIT MILES OF
which will include a few of the best
previously shown with the
Panama Canal Views,
Honolulu Floral Pageant
of February 22, and a number of
POPULAR PRICES, 25o, 50o and 75o
Tickets now on sale at Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd., on Monday,
Speoial Sale of
Monday, March 16
Well made and of good washable materials. Sizes from
4 to 14 years, PMCES FROM 50 CENTS UP.
NEW LINE OF
FROM C5o A PAIR.
The Interest shown by tho people
uf Honolulu In thu coming of tho Lilli
putians Is a sourco of great gratified
tlon to Mr. Pollard, who Is hero mnk
Ing arrangements for their engage
incut In this city. Tlio great demand
for scats tills morning Indicates u
most successful reason.
Honolulu people are keenly appre
ciative of renl nrt, and llio memory o(
tho former visit of these Little I'eoplo,
nunc 11 vo years ago, is still freeh to
thoso who wero privileged lo hour
them Thoso who huo rot actually
fecn tho hihavu heard of their the
atrical triumphs, for they have a
world-wide reputation ns real artists.
They havo travelled and performed In
renrly every country In tho world, and
havo never failed to scoro a decided
Tho company will present, for tho
first night, tho pretty musical comedy,
"A Runaway Gill," at tho Orpheuui
llieatere. Tho iltst porformunco will
bo held on Saturday night, March llth,
unless the Nippon Mum bring.) thu
tiny actors to our shores today, in
that enscj thu Initial performance will
take placo tomorrow night.
During their Btuy, the compiuy will
present "A Utinr.way Girl," "ThO Toy
maker." "I'lorndoru," "Tho Hollo ill
New York," "Tho Gclbha," "Tho Ml
hnilo" and "Mothor Ginso,"
WITH BULLETIN NEWSBOYS
(Continued from Pazc 1)
10 Jns. Hawaii 198
11 Enos Femandcs 142
12 Domingo 136
0 Antonc Dcmcllo 114
15 Joe Mcndcsa G03
14 D. Kcliiaa 490
10 Joe Freitas 374
62 Edward Poipoi 212
13 Johnny dc Jardin 190
18 John Hoomana 100
35 Frank Vincent 134
41 Akana , 120
32 Hans Nielsen 100
57 John Costa 98
22 Harisco 82
20 Joe Muniz '.. 81
21 David Munson G4
39 Harry Stewart . .. . . i '. . . .. 54
23 Hoomana Akana 52
25 F. Cushingham 52
69 Joe Medciros 34
33 Charlie Lambert 32
59 Sara Crowell . . .t 28
3G Kalovah 26
64 Manuel Nobo 2G
17 Wilf. Rich 22
37 Geo. Hoapili 18
52 John Crews 18
GO Henry Camara 18
6G Manuel Carredo 18
31 Ah Lee 14
J LU. II .
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
3 Days Longer at
71 Ah Qui 14
28 Joe Soarcs 12
43 Kului .' 12
79 Frank Demcllo 12
44 George Rossaro 10
45 August Pencira .' 10
53 Manuel Oleveiro 10
30 Makia , . . . 8
34 George Baker 8
47 Ah Chin 8
55 Ben Peapca 8
81 K. Adams 8
42 Souza Vierra 0
07 Joe Silva ... G
63 Joe Alana :. . . 6
24 Manuel Rawlins 4
26 Weston Dower 4
27 Chas. Martin . . 4
40 Antone Gomes .. 2
46 Chuck Sai J ;' 2
48 Wm. David $ ': ? 2
56 Joe Santos :.... 2
58 Robt. Waialcale 2
65 Willie Kawai '2
G8 Manu '. . . '2
72 Kaimilani 2
73 Hong Lai .'..'..'.'. '' 2
74 Ah Leong . . ,..." 2
77 Ah Fun 2
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;V it it it it (t it it it
The Hawaiian hnnd will piny nt thu
roof garden nt 7:30 this evening. Iol
lowing Ih tho program:
Grand March "Charlemagne"
fantasia "Nocturnn" (now) . .Chopin
Intermezzo "Sprlngtlmo" (new) . . ,
Grand Selection "Anno llolcyn" . .
Vocal Hawaiian Smigs...ar. by Hergcr
Potpourri- "Terpslchoreaua" .Kuppey
Chorus "TnnliauBcr" Wagner
Medley "Tho Mack Ilrlgndo"..llc)er
"Tho Star Spangled Ilnnner."
Tho band will play at tlio depaituru
of tho transport Thomas. '
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
' Entered for Record March 11, 1933,
from 10:33 a. m. to 4 p. m.
SDK Halna to Ilamakun Mill Co.. I,
Children of Kanalua Fernandez by
gdu to H.imakua Mill Cc L'
Kinn Hoapili (w) lo Hnniakua Mill
-Ah Leong to Ho Yuen Soy ,...,'. Ilel
Maleka by Jdgu lo II U Mnllinu. ..DA
Fee Kong to N O Peterson Itel
Knhnlcnunmo Cunlin to San Antonio
Poit Hon Soe of H M
C K Al and wf to Shcu Luu I)
Shell Lull to City Mill Co Ltd M
N G Putcrson to William Bavldgo
Tr . . ..'. AM
entered for Record March 12, 1008,
from 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
; mils Tltcomb and wf to Ilufus Tit-
Peter Krlkoo to H A Ualdwln L
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